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Healthy Living

Take part in a wide variety of events for staff and students including Tai Chi, Mind Body and Relaxation, Walk and Talk, Couch to 5K, and the Rainbow Run as part of this year's Healthy Living campaign, run by Facilities.

Keep up to date with the 'Healthy Living campaign' across the University by following Lancaster Campus Life on social media.

Free Mind, Body & Relaxation Classes

Free class that concentrates on different relaxation techniques leaving you with a toolkit to help you feel calm and focused.

Every Wednesday 2-2.45pm, from 15th Jan – 12th Feb (5 weeks), Sports Centre Studio.

Booking advised to guarantee your place but not compulsory –  Call Sports Centre Reception 01254 510600.

Walk and Talk

Led walks around campus designed to improve your fitness, encourage socialising and give the opportunity to take a break from your studies or working day.

Every Friday, 12.30pm, Meet in Alexandra Square, just as you leave University House.

Email Sam Cadwallader with any questions and to be added to the mailing list.

Free Tai Chi Classes

Relax with this low-impact, slow-motion exercise that combines movement and meditation to improve fitness. 

Weekly class, starting Thursday 23rd January, 12.15-1pm, Pendle Rooms. Free 50% off lunch Voucher, Hub Cafe, InfoLab21.

Contact Sam Cadwallader for more information.

Couch to 5K Club for Non-Runners and Would-Be Runners!

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 9 weeks on at 12.30pm from the foyer of University House.

Sessions around 30 minutes. The aim is to be able to run for 5K without stopping.

Sessions designed for absolute beginners, no need to book. Read more

Wellbeing Zone

Why not record and track your activities on the Wellbeing Zone? Lancaster University offers a completely free, completely confidential wellbeing platform to allow you to take control of your health and wellbeing. This can be accessed online and on your mobile device.  It includes recipes, podcasts, videos, e-learning and mindfulness programmes and many additional resources to help you to stay on track with your personal health and wellbeing.  You can sync with your own fitness tracker and undertake a self-assessment to see where you are and set goals for where you want to be.

Wellbeing Zone Page and Password

 

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